### Definition of Integrand

1. Noun. (calculus) The function that is to be integrated ¹

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1. [n -S]

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### Lexicographical Neighbors of Integrand

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### Literary usage of Integrand

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1. Lectures on the Theory of Functions of Real Variables by James Pierpont (1912)
"Ca = ?a-?i, С3=^з-<?8- As each Qn is a null set, ty is a null set. integrand Sets 403. Let 31 be a limited point set lying in an m-way space ..."

2. Introduction to the Theory of Fourier's Series and Integrals by Horatio Scott Carslaw (1921)
"integrand BOUNDED. INTERVAL INFINITE. - . In the definition of the ordinary integral f(x) dx, and Ja in the preceding sections of this chapter, ..."

3. A Course in Mathematics: For Students of Engineering and Applied Science by Frederick Shenstone Woods, Frederick Harold Bailey (1909)
"integrand containing fractional powers of a + bx". If the integrand is the product where ^ and r are integers, there are two cases in which rationalization ..."

4. An Elementary Treatise on the Calculus: With Illustrations from Geometry by George Alexander Gibson (1901)
"Infinite integrand. Up to this point the limits of the integral have been assumed to be finite, and the integrand has been supposed continuous and. ..."

5. Introductory Mathematical Analysis by Winfield Paul Webber, Louis Clark Plant (1919)
"Very often an integrand may be simplified and made to fit some formula of integration by a transformation of ... Substituting in the given integrand 2z3 dz ..."

6. Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society by London Mathematical Society (1899)
"... corresponding to points on the second, third, &c., sheets, may be deformed to the rectilinear portions alone, as no pole of the integrand lies in the ..."

7. Differential and Integral Calculus: An Introductory Course for Colleges and by Lorrain Sherman Hulburt (1912)
"... integrand to a Form to Which the Fundamental Formulae Apply. These devices should be carefully studied, because they are of use not only in applying I ..."